Chair that says no

16 October 2017 By Rob Cox

The debate over who will lead the central bank is narrowly about hawks and doves. Policy matters, but the broader economic benefits of the Fed’s relative independence may count for more. Whoever gets the job will have to resist Trump’s bullying – and stop doing Congress’s job.

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